Criminal Minds: Season 1, Episode 22

The Fisher King: Part 1 (10 May 2006)

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Team members become pawns of a psychopathic killer.

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The team is splitting up for a holiday. Although they are on different locations, only Derek Morgan and Elle Greenaway stay in the same Jamaican hotel where a friend gave him a good rate. Suddenly they all get abrupt proof of the activity of a killer who calls Hotch -at his family home- telling him not the mind the first victims but save the girl. The diverse, personal clues prove he knows each team member well, as it turns out hacked from Garcia's computer files, and all fit in one grand scheme. Several clues converge to a certain Frank Ginley who got many convictions, but at his Langley home they find his corps, the start of a new elaborate series of clues for what he calls the team's quest, and it's obviously unusually personal, not sexual. There is a cliffhanger... Written by KGF Vissers

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Closed captioning identifies the music played by the music box as "Forellen Quintet." See more »

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Penelope tells the team that Frank Giles lives in Arlington, VA, only "4 miles" away from Quantico. Arlington is approximately 35 miles away from Quantico. See more »

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Derek Morgan: Hour be none?
Dr. Spencer Reid: [Walks right in] 3 PM. He Guys, Garcia told me where to find you
Jason Gideon: 3 PM?
Dr. Spencer Reid: It's medieval the days used to be broken into hourly intervals, canonicals hours of the Breviary: Prime: 6 AM, Terce: 9 AM, Sext: 12 noon, None: 3 PM and Verspers: 6 PM
Elle Greenaway: Reid, do not ever go away again!
Jason Gideon: Medieval, that's why the language changed
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Death Whispered a Lullaby
lyrics by Steven Wilson
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I am still trying to figure out why Garcia never held responsible for what she did. While I realize the game she played on her own laptop is what precipitated this two part episode, therefore "creating" a case to investigate in the first place. However, her "gaming" is what tipped off the Fisher King to the whole teams personal information. Everyone's privacy was invaded because she played a game using BAU connection, that allowed the unsub access to their private lives. Yet it appears that the only thing that Garcia "suffered" was to be upset. Garcia was recruited by the BAU because she hacked into their computers. I am surprised that nothing happened to her, she was not censured, she was not suspended for what she did. That was a real error on the BAU's part as far as I am concerned. Garcia has a propensity for digging through personal information that has nothing to do with the cases that are being investigated, and I fail to understand why her egregious behavior is overlooked time after time. She is very good at what she does, however, there should be a limit to what is tolerated by the BAU.


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